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140 Character #MFW Spring 2014 Reviews

As we approach the final leg of fashion month, we say goodbye to one of our favorite cities: Milan. Vibrantly loud (even when faced with technical mishaps: Marni we are looking at you), colorful and always up for a celebratory hurrah, this Spring, #MFW felt like a week-long party we are still recovering from. Beginning with Prada's festival of sparkle that celebrated female empowerment as an art form and ending with Moschino's 30th Anniversary Bash, our favorite Italian designers gave off good vibrations all around. 

However, the veterans weren't the only ones that had us happily drinking the Italian kool-aid, this season brought forth newbie and already celebrity favorite, Fausto Puglisi. Like a breath of fresh and fearless Italian air, Fausto's show was sexy, bad-ass and all-around sizzing. One show that didn't prove as hot this time around, according to some of our beloved #Twitterati critiques? Gucci, who kicked off #MFW with a less than impressive collection. To see how Gucci's collection ranked along with the rest of the Italian fare, check out our latest installment of tFS's Twitterati.  

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